Steve Haworth spoke with KTVU's Frank Mallicoat during Mornings on Two on Saturday, March 28, 2020.
The coronavirus figured into an unusual child-custody dispute Monday morning in a normally quiet Danville neighborhood.
The Danville Police Department announced Monday the arrest of a karate business owner for alleged sexual misconduct with a student.
The family of a Danville teen who drowned during his swim class in 2018 has settled their wrongful death lawsuit with the San Ramon Valley Unified School District for $8 million.
Police in Lafayette and Danville are looking into the possible connection between a pair of robberies at Walgreens pharmacies.
Claudine Wong reports.
Karen Harris came face to face Thursday morning with a burglar in her Danville home.
She scared off intruder who kicked in front door
There were employees and clients in front of the salon at the time of the crash, but they weren't hurt.
Danville police released video showing Deputy Andrew Hall running toward Laudemer Arboleda's vehicle, stopping near the right of the vehicle, then stepping backward as he began to fire on November 3, 2018.
Family's attorney says officer wasn't in danger
As high school football players battled it out under the Friday night lights, many parents in the stands say they'd seen the NFL brawl that erupted the night before during the nationally televised game between the Cleveland Browns and Pittsburgh Steelers.
A Danville man charged with misdemeanor animal cruelty after video shows him kicking and growling at a couple's dog has been found not guilty.
High winds subsided Monday morning around the Bay Area and other parts of Northern California, which allowed for Pacific Gas and Electric to give the all-clear for safety inspections and restorations.
The Clintons did not take any questions from reporters as they highlighted passages from "The Book of Gutsy Women,” a compilation of stories about women who inspire them.
A Danville couple is questioning the vetting process of walkers hired through a popular dog-walking app after home video appears to capture a man kicking and whipping their family pet. KTVU's Candice Nguyen reports.
Thousands of students, staff, fiends and members of the community attended a candlelight vigil at San Ramon Valley High School's football field for a 15-year-old freshman who was found drowned in the school's pool a day earlier. Amber Lee reports.
15-year-old Ben Curry, a freshman at San Ramon Valley High School, was discovered in the school's swimming pool. Friends suspect he committed suicide. Students at the Danville school say he was bullied. The death is being investigated.
A 17-year-old boy made a video depicting a terrorist torturing a student at Danville's San Ramon Valley High School. On Friday, students who said the video was anti-Muslim and racially insensitive, walked out of class to demonstrate.
A coyote has been spotted in Danville suffering from a severe case of mange.